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CNN’s Jake Tapper Shocked At How Fast His Network Called Trump Victory In Iowa

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CNN host Jake Tapper was surprised when the network declared former President Donald Trump’s victory in Iowa’s caucuses within forty minutes of them starting.

Trump had 52% of the vote with 36.1% of the count completed, while Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida was in second place with 20.19%.

Tapper noted that this was the earliest he could remember such a declaration. (Trending: Joe Biden’s Approval Crashes To New Low)

Tapper said, “This is the earliest I can remember ever calling such a thing.”

Kaitlan Collins said, “They expected for him to win. Obviously if he didn’t, it would be like a meteor striking the earth in their world.”

“Their question is what is that margin going to look like? And you can see they have – Donald Trump is speaking. His sons are speaking. He has allies and operatives fanned out at every precinct making his case to everyone who’s at these caucuses, and it just speaks to the moment that we are in,” she continued.

The Republican contenders will now face off in the New Hampshire primary set for Jan. 23.

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